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Planning for retirement teacher

You don't have to wait until you're near retirement to begin planning for it. The sooner you begin making arrangements, the smoother the whole process will be. The following information and resources can help guide you.

Headteachers promoting staff wellbeing

There is a recruitment and retention crisis in education. School, college and university leaders have a critical role to play to improve staff wellbeing to help address this. Our factsheet outlines some key ways to promote staff wellbeing in an education environment. 

Time management & wellbeing clock

Effectively managing time and high workloads is a challenge for all those working in education. Whatever your role here are some useful techniques to help.

Teacher in Classroom

Whether you are thinking about progressing your teaching career or changing focus to a non-teaching position in the education sector, the information below gives some tips on how to move through the career ladder.

Teacher in the classroom

Good communication can go a long way to resolving many conflicts and causes of stress and anxiety. Our CEO, Julian Stanley, offers his advice.

Teacher in the playground

It is important think about how you respond to inappropriate pupil behaviour. The choices teachers make in responding to pupils behaviour are crucial in influencing the choices pupil make about how they will behave. 

Teacher with a pupil

Our latest research identifies and explores possible solutions to education’s ongoing retention and recruitment crisis.

Computer keyboard

These quick and easy tools are a great way to give yourself an ‘emotional MOT’ to make sure your work-life balance and stress levels are under control.

Candles

Kathryn Lovewell, author of 'Every Teacher Matters' offers these top tips to keep your energy high and your focus sharp throughout your teaching day.

Say no

Many people are uncomfortable saying no because they do not want to disappoint others, have had negative experiences saying no in the past or don't want to be viewed as uncooperative.